Three members of the Ursinus College Field Hockey team were named to the 2013 All-Centennial Conference field hockey squad on Monday morning by the conference.
The team is voted upon by the coaches in the Centennial, who are not permitted to vote for their own players.
Headlining the selections is sophomore midfielder Megan Keenan who was named as the Centennial Conference Player of the Year. She is the first Ursinus player to earn the Player of the Year honors since 2009. She is also the eighth Ursinus player to be named as the top player in the conference.
Senior Jenna Stover was also named as a first-team selection.
Freshman Aliki Torrence was named to the second-team.
Keenan, who was a first-team selection last year and was Rookie of the Year, led the conference with 59 points. She also had conference-highs in goals with 24 and was second in the conference in assists with 11. She also had a conference high 163 shots. In addition, she was named to the All-Centennial All-Academic squad.
Stover started in 18 games this season, and helped lead a defense that allowed just 1.69 goals per game.
Torrence played in 19 games this season, making three defensive saves.
Ursinus finished the regular season 14-5 and won their ninth Centennial Conference championship. They will host Wilkes on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. in a NCAA First Round game.